Road: Greenwood wins Billy Warnock Memorial

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Location: Grangemouth, Stirling
Event: 05 August 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports

Ben Greenwood ( powered to a masterful win in the Billy Warnock Memorial Road Race in Grangemouth on Sunday.

The 28-year-old bided his time as attacks went in all around the course before breaking away on his own on the final lap of five.

The course, which takes in two small climbs but is otherwise quite flat, was lauded as one of the best by Greenwood and he said he’d like to see more like it.

And it seemed to suit Greenwood perfectly as he opened up a gap of 49 seconds on his nearest rivals before crossing the line.

Six other riders fought it out for second place with a sprint finish and it was Andrew Hawdon of Herbalife Leisure Lakes who pipped GJS RT’s Craig Adams to the runner up spot.


1 Ben Greenwood ( 3:02:35
2 Andrew Hawdon (Herbalife Leisure Lakes 3:03:24
3 Craig Adams (GJS RT)
4 Robin Wilkins (Equipe Velo Ecosse)
5 Scott McCrossan (Rock 2 Roll Cycles)
6 Greg Brown (Dooley’s Cycles)
7 Rich Semple (East Kilbride RC) all @ same time
8 Jamie Kennedy (Glasgow Couriers CC) 3:03:27
9 Kenny Riddle (Moray Firth CC) 3:04:26
10 Gary Hand (Pedal Power-Endura) @ same time

British Cycling would like to thank the organising team, officials and everyone else who helped promote this event. Our sport could not exist without the hundreds of people, many of them unpaid volunteers, who put in many hours of hard work running events, activities and clubs.